Guild Artisan 5e

In artisan’s guild you are one of the members and you’re skilled in the specific field and also closely associated with the other artisan’s too. In the marcantile world you are a well-established part which are freed by the talent and also wealth from the constraints of a feudal social order.

As an apprentise to the master artisan you have learnt all of your skills and also under the sponsership of your guild and this will happen until you have become the master or expert in your own right.

Skill Proficiencies: Insight, Persuasion

Tool Proficiencies: One type of artisan’s tools

Languages: One of your choices

Equipment: A set of artisan’s tools (one of your choice), a letter of introduction from your guild, a set of traveler’s clothes, and a belt pouch containing 15 gp

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What is Guild Artisan ?

Basically, the guild artisan is any sort of the craftsman or the merchant. Also the guild which you’re the part of, is effectively a trade or the labor union of some of the kind and they would broker some of your work and also or otherwise wield intermediary influence.

Feature: Guild Business

Most of the guilds are naturally found in the cities which are large enough to support various artisans which are practicing the same trade. However, your guild artisan 5e might be instead a loose networks of artisans like whose each work n a different village within the larger realm. To determine nature of your guild you have to work with your DM (dungeon master).

D8Guild Business
1Alchemists and apothecaries
2Armorers, locksmiths, and finesmiths
3Brewers, distillers, and vintners
4Calligraphers, scribes, and scriveners
5Carpenters, roofers, and plasterers
6Cartographers, surveyors, and chart-makers
7Cobblers and shoemakers
8Cooks and bakers
9Glassblowers and glaziers
10Jewelers and gemcutters
11Leatherworkers, skinners, and tanners
12Masons and stonecutters
13Painters, limners, and sign-makers
14Potters and tile-makers
15Shipwrights and sailmakers
16Smiths and metal-forgers
17Tinkers, pewterers, and casters
18Wagon-makers and wheelwrights
19Weavers and dyers
20Woodcarvers, coopers, and bowyers

As one of the members of your guild, you have to know the skills which are needed to create finished items from the raw materials (There are reflected in your proficiency with a certain kinds of the artisan’s tools. As well as the principles of the trade and also the good business practices. The query now is either you abondon your trade for adventure or else take on the extra effort to weave the adventuring and also trade together.

Feature: Guild Membership

Like an establishment and the respect member of guild you can rely on the certain benefits which membership is providing and your fellow membership guild members will be providing you with lodging  and also food if necessary and also pay for your funeral if it needed. In some of the cities and also towns, a guildhall offers a central place to meet the other members of your profession which has the features to be a good place to meet potential patrons allies, or hirelings.

Guilds are often wield with a tremendous political power. Suppose, if you’re accused of a crime sometimes or somewhere there your guild will be supporting you if the good case can be made either for your innocence or for the crime is justifiable. Here you also can gain access to the powerful political figures too through the guild but if you are one of the members in the good standing. For the guilds coffers those kinds of connections might be need the donation of money or the magic items. To the guild you have to pay the amount which dues of 5gp, otherwise if you miss payments unfortunately, you must need to make up back dues to remain in the guilds good graces.

Suggested Characteristics

Actually all the d&d guild artisans are among the most ordinary people in the world until they set down their tools and also take up an adventuring career and of course they can understand the hard work value and also the importance of community but they are vulnerable to the sins of greed and also covetousness.

D8Personality Trait
1I believe that anything worth doing is worth doing right. I can't help it – I'm a perfectionist.
2I'm a snob who looks down on those who can't appreciate fine art.
3I always want to know how things work and what makes people tick.
4I'm full of witty aphorisms and have a proverb for every occasion.
5I'm rude to people who lack my commitment to hard work and fair play.
6I like to talk at length about my profession.
7I don't part with my money easily and will haggle tirelessly to get the best deal possible.
8I'm well known for my work, and I want to make sure everyone appreciates it. I'm always taken aback when people haven't heard of me.
D6Flaw
1I'll do anything to get my hands on something rare or priceless.
2I'm quick to assume that someone is trying to cheat me.
3No one must ever learn that I once stole money from guild coffers.
4I'm never satisfied with what I have – I always want more.
5I would kill to acquire a noble title.
6I'm horribly jealous of anyone who can outshine my handiwork. Everywhere I go, I'm surrounded by rivals.
D6Ideal
1Community. It is the duty of all civilized people to strengthen the bonds of community and the security of civilization. (Lawful)
2Generosity. My talents were given to me so that I could use them to benefit the world. (Good)
3Freedom. Everyone should be free to pursue his or her own livelihood. (Chaotic)
4Greed. I'm only in it for the money. (Evil)
5People. I'm committed to the people I care about, not to ideals. (Neutral)
6Aspiration. I work hard to be the best there is at my craft.
d6Bond
1The workshop where I learned my trade is the most important place in the world to me.
2I created a great work for someone, and then found them unworthy to receive it. I'm still looking for someone worthy.
3I owe my guild a great debt for forging me into the person I am today.
4I pursue wealth to secure someone's love.
5One day I will return to my guild and prove that I am the greatest artisan of them all.
6I will get revenge on the evil forces that destroyed my place of business and ruined my livelihood.

Variant Guild Artisan: Guild Merchant

Instead of an artisan’s guild, you may belong to the guild of the traders, or carvan masters or else shopkeepers. You do not craft items but yourself but you will earn a living by the buying and also selling the works of any others (or the raw materials artisans need to practice their craft). Your guild might be the large merchant consortium or family with interests across the regions.

You might be transported goods from one place to another by using the caravan or wagon or ship or you might be brought them from the traveling traders and also sold them in your personal little shop. In some ways the life of the traveling merchants life lends itself to the adventure far more than the life of an artisan.

Rather than the proficiency with the artisan’s tools, you may proficient with the navigators tools or an additional language too. Instead of the artisan’s tools, you can even start with the mule and also a cart.

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